Ira Cohen, Esquire, recently coordinated and co-presented, for the Intellectual Property Law and other Sections of the Federal Bar Association (“F.B.A.”), a legal luncheon event in Washington, D.C. The event was co-sponsored by the INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW SECTION of the F.B.A., the INTERNATIONAL LAW SECTION of the F.B.A. and the D.C. CHAPTER of the F.B.A. The topic was: Procurement, Protection, and Enforcement of Intellectual Property in China.
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